“Ahsoka“—the latest Star Wars Disney+ series—premiered last week and with it came a lot of fanfare. Part one of the series, “Master and Apprentice,” was the most-watched title on Disney+ this past week, notching 14 million views.More
Today, Disney+ released an exciting new trailer for Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: Ahsoka” and also announced that the series debut on Wednesday, August 23, will kick off with the first two episodes.
Disney+ debuted the thrilling trailer for Season 3 of “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” during halftime of the NFL Super Wild Card matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, simulcast Monday on Disney’s other subsidiaries ABC, ESPN and ESPN+. The original, live-action series from Lucasfilm will stream exclusively on Disney+ starting March 1.
The Season Finale of “The Book of Boba Fett” saw a former hired gun take responsibility over the welfare of people under him, a father reunite with his son, and a planet’s people take up arms against a criminal organization that wanted to use it for its own selfish purposes. This episode was also about closure between the former hired gun and another from his past.
The title of the fifth episode of the “Book of Boba Fett” said it all; the Mandalorian returned to grace the screens of Disney +. The episode was basically the first episode of “The Mandalorian” Season Three and we see the bounty hunter without his Force-wielding companion, Grogu since he had left him in the custody of Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker.
As the new Daiymo, or crime lord of Tatooine, Boba Fett can’t seem to catch a break. When he was a bounty hunter, things seemed to be simple.
“The Tribes of Tatooine,” the second episode of “The Book of Boba Fett,” was a carefully written letter to the Star Wars fans.
Disney + has released the trailer to the “Book of Boba Fett” which centers around the titular bounty hunter who has taken over Jabba the Hutt’s criminal empire at the end of “The Mandalorian” Season 2.
It has been announced that Christensen will reprise his role as Anakin Skywalker, aka Darth Vader, in the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ live-action series “Ahsoka” on Disney+.
Who would ever think that one ordinary man would bring all the syndicates in the galaxy together under one roof? The same man who grew up not too far from the shipyards of Corellia. The same man who was labeled a scum rat and was, very likely, told that he would not amount to anything.
Filmmaker Zack Snyder is landing his next gig with Netflix. Hot off of two sensational projects in 2021, the long sought-after “Snyder Cut” and a return to his zombie roots with “Army of the Dead,” Zack Snyder will venture into a galaxy far, far away from Warner Bros. and travel at warp-speed into the Netflix continuum.
As seen in “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones,” the Clone Wars further created a political division within the galaxy. Some planets aligned with the Galactic Republic, while others aligned with the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS) or the Separatists.
As the “War of the Bounty Hunters” continues, everyone’s path is leading to the newly reborn Crimson Dawn. Just about everyone in the galaxy, whether they have a connection to the carbonite frozen Han Solo or unfinished business with Solo or Crimson Dawn, has an invitation for the auction of Han Solo being held on the frozen planet of Jekara. One person who has been invited is armed smuggler Ebann Drake who is aboard a luxury liner The Opal Empress which is orbiting the Outer Rim planet Kaderin. Warning: Spoilers Ahead
An actor who played bounty hunter Boba Fett in the 1997 special edition of “Star Wars: A New Hope” is none too happy with Disney changing the name of Boba Fett’s starship from “Slave I” to just “Boba Fett’s starship.”